According to TMZ, a judge upheld Cardi B ‘s request, which compelled Tasha K to remove all defamatory posts.
The judge gave Tasha K five days to delete all defamatory posts. In early 2022, a Georgia jury awarded Cardi B $4 million in her lawsuit against Tasha K. Cardi, one of the highest-paid rappers and executive director of Playboy, sued the vlogger for libel, breach of privacy and deliberately causing emotional distress.
Cardi made a statement in January. “After almost four years of repeated libel and slander against me, being able to walk away from this victorious brings me great happiness,” Cardi B said in January. “I appreciate Judge Ray for conducting a fair and impartial trial. I am grateful for the jury and their careful deliberation over the past two weeks.”
Latasha Kebe aka Tasha K spread obscene and untrue claims about Cardi on Youtube. The accusations were very heavy. The allegations that the Atlantic Records artist was involved in prostitution and herpes are some of them.
Despite the judge’s decision to delete the defamatory posts, if Tasha K wins the appeal, she can repost all charges. Tasha and her legal team appealed the defamation lawsuit in March.
Cardi B Argued With Fans And Deleted Her Social Media Accounts
Cardi B shut down her Twitter and Instagram accounts after fighting with her fans.
Fans reacted to the rapper who did not attend the Grammys. Cardi B gave several responses after getting angry about this situation. Then she deactivated her social media accounts.
Cardi warned her followers that she will be deleting her twitter account. Then she went to Instagram Live. Before closing this account, she told about the problems she experienced.
“I’m deleting my Twitter On God I hate this f###### d###### fan base,” she wrote before deactivating each account. “You got the slow d######## dragging my kids all cause y’all [thought] I was going to the Grammys and I didn’t the f###?”
Cardi chose not to attend the 4th Grammy Awards.